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HDX 4-Shelf Black Plastic Ventilated Storage Shelving Unit

xy0cmiller6yx 542 December 27, 2012 at 04:32 PM in Home & Home Improvement (3) More Home Depot Deals
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Promoted 01-03-2013 at 11:14 AM View Original Post
Home Depot has HDX 4-Shelf Black Plastic Ventilated Storage Shelving Unit for $19.88 + free store pick-up. Thanks xy0cmiller6yx, Toad_Killa, & Selma

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Its back! I post this anytime I run across it, and its always a popular item! This is the everyday price, but it really is only available certain times of the year. I currently own 6 of these and will most likely be ordering 2 more this weekend.

http://www.homedepot.com/h_d1/N-5...Nzmom_Ac61

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#31
These are $25 for me. If you're ordering 2 or 3 don't forget the $5 off 50:
http://slickdeals.net/f/5732460-Home-Depot-5-off-50-In-Store-Can-be-Combine-with-Paypal-offer?v=1
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#32
Quote from oriah View Post :
This is a better deal: it's metal and bigger and stronger and cheaper

http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/w...OXWzuTBc-M
Good find, but for the record these are not stronger. They hold 85lbs per shelf, while OP's deal holds 125lbs per shelf.
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Quote from oriah View Post :
This is a better deal: it's metal and bigger and stronger and cheaper

http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/w...OXWzuTBc-M
Shipping kills it.
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Quote from 5stardeals View Post :
Great shelf for certain applications.. only thing is the shelves aren't height adjustable... so if you are putting say paint cans and such on one shelf you loose alot of space between them and the next one... sure you can put them into a plastic tote.. but you end up buying the tote as well (extra money) and then a plastic tote full of cans isn't exactly light.

Only found these to be good for items which you can stack or for putting complete totes on that are full of other light stuff so you can manage the tote.. otherwise alot of deadspace in the tote.

Found it wiser in the long run to go with the wire mesh shelves (forget the name but lowes, HD, walmart, target all carry the same ones) which you can adjust up and down in height in near inch increments for the long term investment.
so you hadn't considered stacking the paint cans huh?
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#35
this is a repost... lol reported!
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Quote from oriah View Post :
This is a better deal: it's metal and bigger and stronger and cheaper

http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/w...OXWzuTBc-M
This metal one is a SOB to assemble!. metal is thin... if you bang it it bends.
I have both types. Plactic ones are allot easier and better looking. Although the plastic shelves droop quite a bit for some reason. Weight on shelf is well below 125#.
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#37
I bought one of these over the weekend to stack up with all of our Christmas stuff, and they are pretty dang nice for the money! They are simple to assemble, nice and sturdy, and I like that the shelves are ventilated so they won't collect a layer of dust on them up in the attic.
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#38
Quote from RandomDealz View Post :
I'm thinking the same thing, when I've checked my local HD's they are always under $20, good value nonetheless.
I'm thinking that this is an item that comes and goes out of stock since the ad that received via e-mail says "WHILE SUPPLIES LAST" for this item. A glance at the inventories of my local stores indicates that most stores have only between 5 and 20 of these so I doubt it will be long before they are out of stock again.
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#39
ordered 2 of these on black friday, but arrived broken
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#40
At $10, I'd be buying 5 or so of these to line the back of my garage. Still waiting I guess =(
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#41
at the 6 Home Depots in a 10 mile radius of Philadelphia, there are over 300+ in stock. i was about to rush there now to pick them up, but i might finish up the bathroom wall mudding first then head over there this evening

i want to buy several for the garage and basement in a rental property. i'm sure the tenants will appreciate the storage, but i'm worried about the long term durability of these in cold weather. can anyone attest to the durability of the shelving when fully loading in temperatures below 35F?
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so you hadn't considered stacking the paint cans huh?

If you own these, you would understand that it's not possible to stack two paint cans high per shelf.
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#43
Quote from teixeirarosa View Post :
Ordered 2 using the $10 off $30 at Home Depot.
is that deal expired?
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Quote from agentkhiem View Post :
If you own these, you would understand that it's not possible to stack two paint cans high per shelf.
time to start buying smaller cans Wink
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#45
Front page makes me think these are heavily discounted but people are saying this is the everyday price? Is this slick or not? I have 4 in my cart.
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